BANGOR, Wis. – The growing family of Wehrs Machine & Racing Products divisions give both familiar and new awards to competitors at the upcoming IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s.
Ricochet, acquired from John Hansen, gives a shock guard cover to each Modified heat winner and Modified and Northern SportMod qualifying feature and main event winners.
Ultra Force gives a spring machine to the 10th non-qualifier in Modified point standings.
And Scorezit returns as title sponsor of the third annual cornhole tournament at Boone Speedway.
Ten-year sponsor Wehrs, of Bangor, Wis., has also added to its current awards program, giving a pair of Ricochet shock guard covers to feature winners at 25 IMCA Modified and Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod special events, and certificates good for $500 off Ultra Force spring machines to Modified regional champions and rookies of the year.
“We really enjoy being a part of the IMCA Family,” said company owner Chad Wehrs, “and being able to give back to the racers with all of our brands.”
“Each of these brands is such a unique addition to the Wehrs program, but the really special part of it is going to be the Ultra Force spring machine awarded at Super Nationals,” noted IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “Everyone knows the top non-qualifier receives a bounty of great products, but going deeper to the 10th position will be something everyone will have their eye on when the non-qualifier points are released.
“We are very proud to work with Wehrs Machine, and now adding the Ricochet, Ultra Force and Scorezit brands to the lineup is incredible,” he added.